raymondu999 wrote:Actually, quite interestingly, Mark Blundell, on Twitter, has tipped Seb "may pull it together for a Monza win." A repeat performance of 2008 for Sebby? The straightline speed advantage seems to not support that idea though.
Raptor22 wrote:I think he has shown himself to have the potential to be one of the greats in F1. He has already achieved more than probalby 90% of drivers ever to have entered F1.
Since then he's woken himself out of his crash kid title in 2010, and dominated 2011.
I wonder - what do people think nowadays?
bhallg2k wrote:Accordingly, there's no way to deny the substantial wrinkle that adds to any evaluation.
bhallg2k wrote:he has yet to be challenged with a legitimately bad car.
Indeed, where does the influence of the car end and the influence of the driver begin?
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